You bet ya. I would love to live to be 1,000 years old.iGAV said:
Yes, good points. Or imagine you're just starting out in the workforce and you have to compete with someone with 500 years experience!sushi said:One thing is for sure, one would probably have multiple careers over that timeframe. Can you imagine being married for say, 500 years of that 1,000 years? Talk about knowning your partner!
No more edits!And remember, none of that time would be lived in frailty and debility and dependence - you would be youthful, both physically and mentally, right up to the day you mis-time the speed of that oncoming lorry.
Maybe finally someone would have the expierence they're looking for to get hired as an UNIX admin!broken_keyboard said:Yes, good points. Or imagine you're just starting out in the workforce and you have to compete with someone with 500 years experience!
Or the folks with their remember when stories.Mr. Anderson said:As long as there are enough people in your own age bracket, it would be ok - but think about having to deal with kids in 500 years - it wouldn't resemble anything like a kid growing up today...
Hahahahahahahahahahaha!stoid said:If life spans entered many hundreds of years, it would be obvious which people were dying young from smoking. Tobacco companies might finally going out of business for their slow poisoning of society.